The concept behind CiviDay is pretty simple: all the local CiviCRM meet ups organise a meet up on the same day: January 23rd 2013. And we use this as an opportunity to grow and strengthen local CiviCRM communities and create new ones.
Meet ups are a great way to meet other CiviCRM users, implementors and developers: to find people that can help, get your questions answered, find out about the latest developments in CiviLand, and build your local CiviCRM community. They are also a good opportunity to show off any cool work that you have been doing recently. And since its CiviDay, we'll also add a couple of extra suprises into the mix.
So what do you need to do to be part of CiviDay 2013? Simple - just head along to your local CiviCRM meet up and be part of a global network of CiviCRM gatherings happening that day. At the time of writing we have meet ups (some of them happening for the first time!) in:
- Apeldoorn (Netherlands)
- Austin, TX...
Join the next meeting of the Dallas / Fort Worth CiviCRM Meetup group on Thursday, January 10, 2013 at 6:00 PM. We meet every send Tuesday at Improving Enterprises in Addison.
Join the group for a look at the variety of uses for CiviCRM profiles - ways to populate your contact database.
The next London CiviCRM meetup on Wednesday 28th November. We've run some really sucessful meetups over the last couple of years and we're looking forward to another great turn out.
- CiviBooking - Jamie, Compucorp
- Direct debit extension (phase ii update) - Parvez Saleh,...
We are looking forward to a great turnout o Tuesday. If anyone has any questions that they'd like addressed please send them to me by Monday.
Join the next meeting of the Dallas / Fort Worth CiviCRM Meetup group on Thursday, September 13, 2012 at 6:00 PM - just on the heels of Dallas Drupal Days, so we expect increased attendance. We meet every send Tuesday at Improving Enterprises in Addison.
Bring your laptops or webhosting credentials along with questions and anything that may be holding up your project. We will set up small groups in which users will assist each other with installation, configuration, or walk through any steps that you would like to learn about.
Join the next meeting of the Dallas / Fort Worth CiviCRM Meetup group on Thursday, July 12, 2012 at 6:00 PM.
We're meeting at a new and exciting location - community space at Improving Enterprises in Addison.
I've been working in cooperation with two other providers of tech services in the Yorkshire region of the UK over the last few months to establish a programme whereby we can build some awareness among third sector organisations in our part of the world about the potential of CRM as a concept and the existence of CiviCRM as an affordable means of implementing a CRM strategy in their organisations.
The first manifestation of this work will be an afternoon meetup/seminar on July 13th, enabling interested organisations to come together to learn more, take a no-obligation peek at CiviCRM and get a feel for the sort of benefits that a decent CRM tool can potentially deliver.
In addition we are hoping that anyone in the North of England who is already involved with CiviCRM in some way - be it as an end user, adminstrator, developer or other - will also join us for this first meetup in this part of the world.
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We also introduce the relevant implementation technical background, included:
- Aegir - allows developers and site administrators to automate many of the common tasks associated with deploying and managing large websites.
- Support Ticketing System - provide a helpdesk to trace support issues from customer.
- CiviCRM membership - record customer rental information such as name, organiation, duration, charge...etc.
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We had another excellent meet up on Tuesday (June 12). Our attendance was lower due to the terrential rain. I was impressed that Dan actually was going to bike home 20 minutes during the downpour.
Our format was Q&A as it was last time and we are able to share a lot of questions/answers over the two hours. I'm hoping to set up a gotomeeting for our Q3 meet up so that people looking to attend but unable to make it in person could particpate. If your interested in that please please mark it on your registration or send me an email email@example.com
Thanks again to AFSC for hosting!